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Display the header of an e-mail

This guide explains how to display the header of an e-mail received on your e-mail software or your webmail interface.

Webmail Webmo

First access the webmail space via the link https://webmail.webmo.fr/.

Then enter the email address and its associated password.

Access to webmo webmail

Click on the email in question and then the icon More and finally View Source.

Display the source of an e-mail

Display the mail header with all the reception details.

Detailed e-mail header

Magic Online Group Webmail

First access the webmail space via the link https://webmail.groupemagiconline.fr/.

Then put the email address and the associated password.

Access the webmail groupemagiconline

Once connected, click on the mail in question and then the icon More and finally View Source.

Display the source of an e-mail

The header of the mail is displayed (in English) with all details of reception.

Detailed e-mail header

Gmail platform

First access the Gmail space via the link https://accounts.google.com/.

Then enter your Gmail address and password.

Access the gmail interface

Once connected, open the mail in question and click on the menu icon, and finally View original.

Display the source of an e-mail

The mail header is displayed (still in English) with the associated details.

Detailed header on gmail

Outlook

In Outlook 2016, 2013 and 2010, simply open the relevant message. In the ribbon Messageclick on the button Actions (below the button OneNote), select Other actions then View Source.

In other versions of the software (2007, 2003, etc.), right-click on the content of the message and select the command View Source in the menu that appears.

Outlook then displays the source of the e-mail in a Windows notepad window.

 

Updated on 4 April 2022

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